Melicent enjoys a cafe latte

How to make Cafe Latte Like an Italian Barista?

Making cafe latte like an Italian barista is an art. We make that art a lot easier by helping you get started with the right ingredients. For truly delicious Cafe Latte, made with authentic Italia...
Melicent enjoys Italian Espresso in Triest

What is Italian Espresso?

In her heartfelt letter to espresso enthusiasts, Melicent from Peak Flavor Coffee delves into the rich tapestry of Italian espresso, highlighting it as much more than just the coffee beverage of ch...
Mel indulges in Italian espresso by Peak Flavor

How to Make Italian Espresso?

Brewing authentic Italian espresso at home is an art form. It's about respecting Italian coffee culture, understanding the subtleties of espresso beans, and most importantly, sharing the love and p...
In contrast to popular belief, you can actually see that your coffee beans are freshly roasted. Espresso from a fresh roast has a much thicker crema than espresso made from older beans.

Does fresh roasted espresso have better crema?

In contrast to popular belief, you can actually see that your coffee beans are freshly roasted. Espresso from a fresh roast has a much thicker crema. Fresh roasted beans reach their best or Peak Fl...
Italian espresso tastes better because it is always freshly roasted

Why Italian Espresso Always Tastes Better?

In summary, Italian espresso tastes better because it is always made from a fresh roast, which is never more than eight days old. In America, it is hard to find a fresh roasted coffee because there...